SPUG: loading a module
jarich at perltraining.com.au
Wed Aug 10 19:10:08 PDT 2005
Medrano-Zaldivar, L E wrote:
> I installed the module using perl -M'CPAN' -e shell option. I didn't "make
> install". what other options do I have?
Find out where the module has been put. If it appears to be in one of the
directories included in @INC (listed in your original email) see whether the
actual module got put there or if you've got an empty directory.
If it's been put somewhere else, perhaps you didn't have permissions to write to
the system directories, then add that directory to @INC at runtime.
This can be done via:
use strict; # etc
use lib "/path/to/my/perl/directories/";
or on the command line:
perl -I/path/to/my/perl/directories some_blogging_prog.pl
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